The CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is a voluntary, international treaty designed to protect populations of plants and animals which could be threatened by international trade. White the serval is not currently listed as an endangered species, they are listed in the CITES Appendix 2, meaning they are not currently endangered, but that measures may be to be taken in international trade to prevent them from becoming so.
They are not officially endangered. However, like the previous answer has stated they can easily become so. Currently, thirteen out of the fourteen species are listed in CITES Appendix 2. To add to this, the North African subspecies is listed on the World Conversation Union (WCU) Red List – declaring it endangered on their list.
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